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You’re going to laugh at me, but that’s not new. When DC and I decided we were going to get married and get a house together two years ago, I actually said to him: “Lucky for you, I can decorate. Consider that a gift to the relationship.” I was serious. What DC heard was: “You think I have no taste.

Decorating is the best therapy. Don’t believe me? Just ask Rebecca West of Seattle. The former ballroom dance instructor parlayed her life transitions – marriage, divorce, single life, and remarriage – into a niche design business and a book: “Happy Starts at Home” (Bright House Books, 2016). “Recreating.

Marie Antoinette had the right idea. When life in the Palace of Versailles with Louis and their four kids got to be too much, she slipped away to the Petit Trianon, a quaint (by royal standards) cottage in the garden where she could be by herself. Two-hundred-plus years later, women across America.

Fate in the form of a traffic jam rerouted me straight to my newest old piece of furniture. The detour sent me to an unfamiliar side street. There I encountered a warehouse bearing a large sign: “Antiques.” I screeched to a halt. It was Sunday. The store was closed. My first instinct was to break.

Orlando Health has kicked off a $10 million fundraising campaign to upgrade and more than double the size of ORMC’s level 1 trauma center in downtown Orlando. “On multiple Friday and Saturday nights, I’ve had the trauma bay full from just one carload of people,” said Dr. Joseph Ibrahim, medical.

Dr. Deborah German’s dream of having a teaching hospital for her medical school is now a reality. On Thursday, the medical school confirmed that the state has given the 100-bed medical and surgical hospital plan its final approval. Construction is expected to begin within 18 months on the facility.

Florida opioid crisis: Three children were found in the backseat of a car pulled off on the shoulder of Interstate 4. Their parents were dead outside.

On this edition of Orlando Sentinel Snapshot we re unmasking this epidemic and asking how Central Florida leaders are trying to stop it.

Education News

If University of Florida alumni seem a little puffed up today, blame it on Schools.com. The online educational resource released its rankings of the best four-year colleges and universities in the state Tuesday, and the Gators came out on top. In addition, the university earned the No. 5 spot on.

Someone reaped what they did not sow over the weekend at the University of Central Florida arboretum. But no crime was committed. The arboretum posted on its Facebook page Tuesday morning that vegetables were missing from the community garden. “We are disappointed to report that someone harvested.

The Seminole County school district will expand its efforts to teach computer science by infusing coding lessons into the curriculum at two elementary schools when classes start next month. The new “Code to the Future” effort builds on the district’s two-year initiative to give all students a “robust.

At UCF, competition for a parking space can be tough, which is one reason the school wants to catch up with other Florida universities and become more friendly to bicycling. A group of students is finishing an exhaustive application for recognition by the League of American Bicyclists that the.

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